Role of the Board

Outback Stores’ Board of Directors is primarily responsible for determining the company’s goals in line with its vision and mission. ¬†It monitors the financial performance of the company and oversees major business decisions such as budget approval, new store management agreements and executive appointments. ¬†Essentially, it controls and monitors the framework of the business and acts to ensure it is run in line with corporate governance requirements and Outback Stores’ goals.

As Outback Stores is a non-listed company, the Board does not represent shareholders, but does act in the interest of its key stakeholders – the Indigenous communities with whom it works, Government, staff and suppliers.

Outback Stores’ Board is comprised of six non-executive directors. Between them, Board members bring to the organisation strong experience in retail, logistics and supply chain management, as well as an understanding of Indigenous culture.